Carnival is back – just in time to celebrate its 50th anniversary!
Since starting in 1968, St Pauls Carnival has become recognised as one of Bristol’s most iconic and culturally significant events. After three years off, Carnival is now back thanks to the hard graft of many in the local community.
City were on a high, but which way will the Robins fly?
Striking photos from the stands at Ashton Gate and a few words from a diehard Robins fan.
Photo essay: Different sides of Southmead
A few photos show the vibrancy of the often-maligned neighbourhood of Southmead.
Bristol’s vibrant urban farming scene
Urban goats, mushrooms and Bristolian salad: how local city farmers are taking food production into their own hands.
The cared-for become carers
Elm Tree Farm is a working farm in Stapleton providing support and training to adults with learning disabilities and autism. Photographer Esther May Campbell spent a year documenting it.
Photos: thousands march against austerity
Bristolians marched against austerity last Saturday in a powerful display of opposition to government.
A picture of Somalis in Bristol
An intimate look at one of Bristol’s biggest communities.
Clash Of The Skaters: Bristol Roller Derby
Roller derby is a fascinating, fast-paced yet relatively obscure sport – we went down to the recent Bristol Championships event in Bristol to capture images from the frontline.
Woodcuts & Inks: Carving political messages
Old school printmaking processes are revived to produce campaign materials in the run up to the general election
Tearing up Asda car park – The Bristol cruiser scene
Tokyo, L.A, Cribbs Causeway: the cruiser scene is alive and well in Bristol
“We invite you to join us”: Activists occupy Cheltenham Road library
Domestic violence campaigners have occupied the historic Cheltenham Road Library to protest a lack of social housing.